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From the Wild

Jesse Griffiths contains multitudes. Author of Afield: A Chef’s Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game and Fish. Finalist for a James Beard Award. Founder of the Dai Due Supper Club. Amazing cook. Hunter. Cool beard. Locavore. And you know … Continue reading

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Feral Hog Tacos

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Snow Geese Sausages

Snow Geese populations have exploded in recent years causing a host of biological problems including damage to the Arctic Tundra habitat  which is shared with numerous other species of waterfowl. In a attempt to reduce the population, biologists at the federal level have turned to hunters … Continue reading

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Trophy Eating: Venison Shank Barbacoa

Back in November, I had a blog post entitled Shanks are not Contraband, encouraging hunters to utilize shanks in a direct manner rather than grinding them. Once again, referencing chef/hunter Jesse Griffiths’ excellent book Afield, I put together this simple … Continue reading

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Squirrel Hunter’s Breakfast

This is a great, simple breakfast that eats well after a cold morning of late season squirrel hunting. Though you can use any squirrel, a young (and small) squirrel is ideal. Older squirrels are better suited for other dishes or, … Continue reading

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